Looking to improve your dental health? Kick-start the New Year with healthy habits for a brighter, cleaner smile. Check out our blog post for three practical actions you can do starting today!
Need some healthy stocking stuffer ideas for this holiday season? Read our blog post for some of our favorite dental-related stocking stuffers to gift your loved ones this year, from travel kits to toothpastes.
Professional teeth whitening gives you a whiter, brighter smile than what a store-bought product will give you. To keep your smile white for as long as possible, there are certain foods and beverages you should avoid. Take a look at our blog post for the biggest offenders.
Apart from your dental cleaning and examination, your dentist might suggest a fluoride treatment during your twice-yearly routine dental appointment. But why are fluoride treatments important? Check out our blog post to learn about the benefits of fluoride treatments.
While you might think that dentures are only for older adults, that’s not the case! Dentures are an optimal restorative treatment for patients as young as 30 who’ve lost their natural teeth. If you’re waiting to get dentures until you turn an arbitrary age, think again. Read our blog post to learn more about the benefits of dentures.
There are many different ways to compare Invisalign and braces if you’re deciding between the two as the chosen way to straighten your smile. A crucial issue to consider before you decide between Invisalign or braces is what the costs will be. Read our blog post to see if Invisalign is more or less cost-effective than braces.
At first glance, summer foods seem like they’d wreak havoc on your oral health. And while consuming tons of ice cream, popsicles, snow cones, and other treats can increase your risk for cavities, there are actually many summer foods that are great for teeth! Read our blog post for a look at the best!
We always consider other treatments before dental extractions, but an extraction may be the best choice for your long-term health. Thanks to modern techniques, anesthesia, and sedation, tooth extractions are not painful. Read our blog post to find out what you should do after the tooth extraction procedure.
The loss of even a few teeth impacts your life. You may feel self-conscious about your smile, have trouble chewing certain foods, or speak differently. Luckily, there are great tooth replacement options. Read our blog post to learn about one of the most popular choices: dental bridges.
Dental veneers are thin porcelain shells that cover the front of a tooth. They’re a permanent solution to deep stains, misshapen teeth, and other cosmetic issues! Check out our blog post to learn how to take care of your dental veneers.